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AUSTIN, Texas--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Restore Hyper Wellness (Restore), a leading provider of proactive wellness services, announced its rapid expansion into Southern California. The brand has signed multi-unit development agreements with five experienced, exempt franchisee groups. Together, they plan to open 14 locations in 2022 and 14 locations in 2023 with more in the pipeline in the years to follow.
Pete Selner and Marc Thomas, who operate over 40 Orangetheory Fitness locations, have committed to opening 40 Restore locations over several years. They opened their La Costa (Carlsbad, CA) location in April and Del Mar (San Diego, CA) location in May. They also have locations planned for La Jolla, Tustin, Irvine, Mission Viejo, Huntington Beach, Newport Beach and Point Loma this year.
Michelle Kelly, Jill Myers and Betty Mitchell have committed to opening 10 Restore locations in the Westside area of Los Angeles. Michelle Kelly owned Orangetheory Fitness locations in Santa Monica and Manhattan Beach. Jill Myers owns one European Wax Center location in Westside and has also previously owned four Orangetheory locations on the East Coast. They opened their Redondo Beach Restore location in May, and have locations planned for Santa Monica and Marina Del Rey this year.
Parag Laddha and Kunal Rao, owners of childcare franchises in California and Massachusetts, have committed to 20 Restore locations in the Los Angeles and Boston areas. They opened a location in Santa Clarita in June and plan to open a location in Cerritos this year.
Brandon Cox, Co-Founder of CorePower Yoga and an Orangetheory Fitness franchisee, has committed to opening eight Restore locations in the Santa Barbara area. He opened Westlake Village (Thousand Oaks, CA) in May.
Level 5 Capital Partners, one of the largest owners of Orangetheory Fitness and CorePower Yoga locations in the country, has committed to over 100 Restore locations nationally, with 10 or more of those being in Southern California.
Restore is the fastest growing network of wellness studios in the country and offers 11 innovative proactive wellness modalities in its studios. Restore designed the best whole body cryotherapy experience in the world through its proprietary cryotherapy chambers, available only at Restore locations. Wellness IV drip therapy is also offered in the studios.*
In December 2021, Restore announced its $140 million Series C led by General Atlantic—a leading global growth equity firm. Restore is leveraging the investment to help accelerate its rapid growth and deliver innovative technology to further propel the promise of Hyper Wellness®, a category pioneered by Restore. Restore’s retail footprint includes 150 locations in 38 states. The brand aims to have over 200 locations open by the end of 2022, and it has active development plans to be in all 50 states soon.
Restore is currently only considering exempt franchise transactions in California. For more information about Restore Hyper Wellness, its innovative modalities and franchising opportunities, please visit restore.com.
About Restore Hyper Wellness
Launched in Austin, Texas in 2015, Restore Hyper Wellness (Restore) is the award-winning creator of an innovative new category of care—Hyper Wellness®. Restore delivers expert guidance and an extensive array of cutting-edge wellness modalities integrated under one roof. These modalities include biomarker assessments, IV drip therapy, intramuscular (IM) shots, mild hyperbaric oxygen therapy, whole body and localized cryotherapy, infrared sauna, red light therapy, compression, HydraFacial, Circadia and Cryoskin. Restore’s mission is to make Hyper Wellness accessible and affordable so people can feel their best and do more of what they love.
*Medical services, IV drip therapy, IM shots and mild hyperbaric oxygen therapy, are offered under the supervision of a medical team.